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1 JULY 2010: An unusual type of bird has landed at Hamilton Zoo just in time for the school holidays, as part of the ‘Words on a Wing’ Shout Out campaign, coordinated by the Department of Conservation.
30 JUNE 2010: Three young Hamiltonians will go head to head with three of the city’s political leaders today in a debate to mark the close of Hamilton’s inaugural Youth Forum.
28 JUNE 2010: Do you want to be part of the Rugby World Cup 2011 action?
28 JUNE 2010: Thirty-three finalists have been announced for the Bold Horizon National Contemporary Art Award 2010.
24 JUNE 2010: A group set up to target anti-social behaviour in Hillcrest Park is celebrating its successes with Hillcrest Park Family Fun Day this Sunday 27 June from 12-4pm.
18 JUNE 2010: Following a recent renovation closure, on Sunday 27 June the Gallagher Aquatic Centre is launching a new season of the facility’s popular Ladies’ Nights.
17 JUNE 2010: Old Boy Warren Gatland will return to his Hamilton school with the Wales rugby team before they take on the All Blacks at Waikato Stadium next weekend.
14 JUNE 2010: After legal advice confirming the law gives local iwi economic advantage, Hamilton City Council has decided against appealing a High Court ruling.
14 JUNE 2010: Hamilton marketing agency Bold Horizon has been announced as the new sponsor of the annual National Contemporary Art Award hosted by Waikato Museum.
10 JUNE 2010: The Founders Theatre will be pumped this Saturday (12 June) as 14 shortlisted school bands compete to become the region’s Smokefreerockquest winner, securing them the opportunity to represent Hamilton at September’s National Final.
9 JUNE 2010: This Friday 11 June will be a mixed bag for Enderley Park Community Centre as it says hello and goodbye to two of its greatest assets.
4 JUNE 2010: Hamilton City Council is preparing to appeal a High Court decision relating to consultation over a city planning change.
4 JUNE 2010: Pukekohe’s Murray Swan has been named as the winner of the Fieldays No.8 Wire National Art Award 2010 for his entry ‘Wood’n Post’. The announcement was made at a ceremony at ArtsPost Galleries and Shop on Thursday evening and saw Mr Swan walk away with $4000 in prize money.
3 JUNE 2010: Top club football side Wellington Phoenix will play a pre-season game at Waikato Stadium at 2pm, Saturday, July 10.
31 MAY 2010: Hamilton Zoo’s male rhino calf will keep his nickname ‘Bunty’ after a campaign run by a local radio announcer won strong public support.
28 MAY 2010: Not for Profit organisations in Hamilton are urged to get their applications in by 11 June to be in the running for this year’s $15,000 Community Media Grant.
21 MAY 2010: Hamilton Public Art Plan advisor Rob Garrett will visit Hamilton on Wednesday 2 June to give residents a unique and free opportunity to hear more about the plan which provides a guide for investment in public art in the city over the next ten years.
21 MAY 2010: The heart of Hamilton’s CBD, Garden Place, is to get a makeover.
20 MAY 2010: Thirteen finalists have been announced in New Zealand's most ingenious art award, the 2010 Fieldays No.8 Wire National Art Award.
14 MAY 2010: A diverse range of musical performances will be held at Hamilton City Libraries this month as part of NZ Music Month celebration Soundz Like Hamilton.